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    In 2018 i am going to do my GCSE'S, and before december i need to decide if i am going college or something else. I am not sure what to do. I am not at all intersted in studying. I try my best in all subjects, but i can't focu at all. I just really feel like, i am ready to work and i want to start to working.

    I asked my friend, if apprinterships are good, but she said it is not really usefull. It is better to do it after going Uni or college. She said, that's because it won't got me any jobs or a good career path at the end.

    Please read and tell me what would do if were in a position like this.
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    Apprenticeships are a really good alternative to sixth form or uni.
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    consider 6 form??
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    What do you want to do with your life?
    For some jobs, a levels/ uni may be required,
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